Sunday, 15 October 2017

Music: Jehnsz Williams - Na You

Jehnsz Williams is a rapper and a script writer. He comes out with this reality song titled Na You. Download and drop your comment

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Music: Becee - Nobody Ft. Lake

Back from the hiatus, Becee  returns with “Nobody” – A follow up to his last and widely loved jam – “Man Of The City”.
This masterpiece which featured one of Middle-Belt’s finest singers – Lake has the versatile rapper delivering outstanding emotional bars.
This is a song for the ladies, one which will definitely be loved by all music lovers as it comes with an impressive hook and great lyrical content put together by both artistes..
Check it out below

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Monday, 9 October 2017

Anana Multimedia Present This Hilarious And Inspirational Comedy Video Titled "Look Into My Eyes" & "God Punish Poverty" | Watch

Anana Multimedia has finally dropped their two amazing comedy clips, LOOK INTO HER EYES and GOD PUNISH POVERTY These clips is sooooo funny and inspiring as well.Get ready to laugh out loud as you click the links below to watch,download and share.
Watch Below..


 DOWNLOAD "God Punish Poverty" Here ]

DOWNLOAD "Look Into My Eyes" Here ]
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Thursday, 5 October 2017

Music: Moa Sanz Feat. Miester – Dance For Me

Rising star Moa Sanz who recently dropped a party jam titled skubidu returns with yet another jam titled dance for me
featuring one the middle belts finest artist

Dance for me was produced by Onu jae
Download and enjoy

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Music: Raheem × V-can - "Wyne Ett"

Raheem Teams up with V-Can to deliver this hit they titled "Wyne Ett".

This jam proves how talented and versatile this young lads are. groovy tune filled with vibes

Produced by Nezoo, M&M By Dj Swergvic
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Lokcitymusic - We Are Ft. Lake, K1, Pfleks & Jay Teaz

One of Middle Belt's biggest entertainment companies - Lokcitymusic in celebration of her 5th year anniversary comes through with a masterpiece off the forthcoming "Be Heard" album which holds a lot of impressive jams strictly by very talented rising acts. 

This one is titled "We Are" and it features four good youngins who delivered greatly on the offering - Lake, K1, Pfleks and Jay Teaz.

We Are is a catchy song which will definitely get everyone's attention so as to anticipate the project scheduled to drop before the year runs out. 

Get below and enjoy. 

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Tuesday, 3 October 2017

#IDontLikeWhatIHate, Resigned Ksu SUG PRO Cosmos Ogiri Breaks Silence - Ask For Reasons For The Delay In SUG/Nakoss Elections

Kogi State University Former SUG PRO who is known to be controversial and has in the time past raise up to topics in the SUG unions that created a buzz and saga around campus which everyone talked about for long. This time around he Is looking for answers to what is delaying a new sug/Nakoss election as the semester is getting to an end already.

Read below what he wrote....

"I really want to start analyzing the actions of the Nigerian Federal Governments and the opportunity cost of its actions and inactions with the hash tag #iDontLikeWhatiHate but then as a young man with conscience and a Christian I ask my self if I have the moral justifications to air my voice on the activities of another man's leadership style? Not forgetting so soon how the little opportunity given to me in the Students Union Government was handled. It was one of fights, counter actions and what have you - public show of shame. But that was necessary in the past, two wrongs can't make a right! One of the parties must had a genuine cause of action while the other party must be totally wrong. Two right tools can't be on a logger head and achieve nothing. One must be wrong, the other must be right.

Time is already telling on us, we beginning to know those who where real enemies of the struggle. Need I remind myself that uptill this moment as I pen down my worries that no election have been held in Kogi State University to bring new EXCOS into mother unions of the institution?

What could be the problem? In NAKOSS, aspirants have paid and bought forms for offices and first semester is almost ending. Where is their money? In whose pocket is it? Why hasn't they been election into the SUG and NAKOSS? Who is holding unto the power and for what reason is the person doing so? Why is the populace not reacting?

All these questions have cleared my conscience and I will boldly let time tell us more we need to know. I will let time heal, time speaks volumes and with time I shall regain my moral justifications to unleash my provocation on the present day Nigeria Government via #iDontLikeWhatiHate analysis of the actions of the Nigerian Federal Government and the opportunity cost of its actions and inactions.
Together, we can."

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Hand Over The Mantle - Kogi State Student Cries Out For A New SUG/Nakoss Election


Government is widely believed to be an instrument through which a society is organised in order to maintain law and order as well as advance the necessary social amenities in a community....
Popularly referred to as SUG, Students Union Governments were established in various institutions of higher learning to promote unity, orderliness and smooth relationship between students, school authorities and the state or Federal Government.

It is no news that there ought to have been an election long before now in kogi state state university as the tenur is normally @n academic session ie to mean the tenur of the outgang excos has elapsed...but due to the protracted strike action, the election was not conducted as at when due....

Kudos to the outgoing SUG Executives for their tireless effect, yet as students of Kogi State University , we are being deprived of so many things because it seems we've lost our voice, or perhaps our voice have gone faint, although to some extent the council of departmental presidents has been playing the role of a union, but that is not enough....

The semester is far spent yet it doesn't seem like any thing is ongoing about the election, all the proposed date / rumors were all fruitless; imagine if the election or tenur of a Government in Nigeria was left with power for even 48hrs after due date, what do we think will happen?

Quoting the words of a Comrade....
"Need I remind myself that uptill this moment as I pen down my worries that no election
have been held in Kogi State University to bring new EXCOS into mother unions of the

What could be the problem? In NAKOSS, aspirants have paid and bought forms for
offices and first semester is almost ending. Where is their money? In whose pocket is
it? Why hasn't there been election into the SUG and NAKOSS? Who is holding unto the
power and for what reason is the person doing so? Why is the populace not reacting?

All these questions have cleared my conscience and I will boldly let time tell us more
we need to know"

And Quoting the words of another Comrade........
"By extension I am not suppose to talking about KSU Unionisms again but unfortunately it happened like this, as I'm talking to you myself has started having issue with some powers that be in KSU due to my usual way of said what I think is right for me and the entire students, we are every ready to conduct election and handover whatever in our possession but university management keep telling us stories and you know that we have a limited power as regarded KSU because students handbook's which has been their medium of threat to every one of us."

ITS not that the populace dont know about all the "truths and lies" flying all around and the least of the populace will know that there has been reason(s) why the power hasnt been handed over...People are watching far and wide and even for future purposes. Whatever the reason, we dont wanna know again.

All we demand is that elections should hold for posts in the unions (SUG & NAKOSS) this semester ASAP, for the interest of all students.... Appeal Goes to all bodies responsible for the conduction of this said election....Enough is Enough, We Need New Executives.
A new Government we Demand...
And I kept thinking through the night......

Oluwafemi yinka olinxs
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Download: Free Beat Produced By Ogbeni Stickz

Award Winning Producer Ogbeni Stickz who is a prolific hit maker decides to release a free Beat for Artist who wish to jump on it. The beat sees Ogbeni Stickz displays his production flexibility.

Download, listen and share and make a hit record out of it.

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Sunday, 1 October 2017

Kogi State University 2015/2016 Graduate NYSC Mobilization Form Is Out (Details)

Kogi State University students who graduated 2015/2016 have been advised by the school management to log on to the university portal here  To fill the NYSC

mobilisation form


1. Log on

2. Click on  2015/2016 NYSC MOBILIZATION FORM

3.Fill in your details and upload your passport photograph 

Thats all. Kindly share this information with others.
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Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Latest Music:Jfo–One Love (@jfo)

With the present situation in Nigeria,Africa & indeed the world,Nigerian born entertainer Baba Ojonugwa  also known as J.F.O calls for peace,unity and love in this reggae classic titled ONE LOVE ,a song that has taken over the global reggae charts since its release.

Kindly download,Enjoy And Rebroadcast. 
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Saturday, 16 September 2017

Music: Excaphino - Kpako

The most anticipated song of the year by one of abj's finest Excaphino finally drops following the global success of hit single Aunty Ronke ft excaphino he is obviously not siting on a bicycle as he teams up with abj's finest producer dannyjoezbeats so sit back and enjoy this Amazing tune

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Music: Solyd Rock ft. Arumzykenny – Oya

Fresh and H0t from the “LIFE OF A STAR” crooner. The Afro pop star SOLYD ROCK who has teamed up this time with the magical producer AROMZYKENNY on this dangerness party tune titled “OYA” … SOLYD & KENNY sync will blaze your ruff”

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Friday, 15 September 2017

Kogi State Students Bursary Registration Is On With 300% Increment In Bursary Payment | Details

to register visit
 Diploma Get #9,000 Each, Degree Gets #12,000, law and medicine students get #18000.
there was a rumour some time ago that registration has been closed, please disregard any.
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Candidate that choose Kogi State University as first choice with jamb score of 160 above and minimum of 5 credit in your O-Level result at not more than Two sitting in relevant subject including ENGLISH and MATHEMATICS can proceed the screening registration 


i) Registration  14th September 2017 to close on 24 September 2017
ii) Visit any of the Zenith bank nation wide with the sum of #2,500 only to pay into Kogi state university bank account( account number will be issued to you when you get to the bank) to generate a pin which will enable qualify candidate to commence registration
iii) Bank will issue a pin to any candidate who pay the sum of #2,500 into the school account.
iv) Take the pin issued by the bank to any cyber cafe to proceed your screening registration through the school portal
v) Candidates will be required to upload a recent and cleared scanned copy of their passport, not more than 20k with red background.
vi) Candidates are to print their screening slip after online registration to know the date and time schedule for the test.
vii) The print out must be printed in coloured and MUST be brought to the screening venue for submission to the screening officials.
viii) Candidate must be in screening venue (Professor F.S idachaba Lecture theatre) an hour befor the screening exercise
ix) Candidate are prohibited from coming into the hall with pen,flash drive,phones or any electronic gadget,
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ASUU Strike: No End In Sight

The representatives of the Federal Government and the leadership of ASUU have failed to reach a consensus on the current industrial strike action.
Hope that the strike action embarked upon by Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU, is about to come to an end appears dashed as congresses of universities met across the country to deliberate on the recent agreements reached between the leadership of the union and the Federal Government.
Feelers from the congresses that have met indicate that the unions were not ready to call of the strike because the government is yet to show the necessary commitment to their plights. 
For instance, in congresses held yesterday at the University of Ibadan, UI, and Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti, EKSU, members of the union decided to continue with the strike action on the ground that the Federal Government’s offers are not acceptable to them.
According to reliable sources, the staff are not comfortable with the fact that only about one of the seven demands, which is the issue of staff schools of the universities was convincingly addressed by the government. Government only made promises as regards the other demands which do not show any difference from what was on ground before the strike.
As at the time of filing this report, UI was devoid of activities as all unions on campus both academic and non academic have embarked on indefinite strike.
A lecturer from EKSU said, “We have agreed that the strike must continue until the Federal Government is ready to grant our demands in practical way not in promissory act”.
In one of the interaction with the media after the last meeting the union had with the government, ASUU President, Professor Biodun Ogunyemi said that he could not determine when the union would call off its strike adding that calling off the strike would be determined by the entire members of the union.
However, the effects of the strike has began to manifest as some students who have secured employments have decided to abandon their academic programmes.
A Master’s Degree student of UI who did not want his name mentioned said, “I have been looking for a job for a while now. Because I don’t want to be sitting at home, I obtained a postgraduate form and I was admitted. We were about to start our exam when the strike action began. Now I have a job. I can’t trade the job with the Master’s prpogramme. If I decide to leave the job and go back to school when the strike action is over, what gives me the impression that I will get a job as soon as I am through with the Master’s programme? I will do the Master’s programme when it is more convenient”.
Another student said, “I am considering private university, maybe BABCOCK or Lead City University. Government universities in Nigeria are becoming a problem and time waster. Unfortunately, we don’t have responsible government who will be ready to do what the unions are asking for. First, people in government will chose to embezzle people’s money or mismanage it rather than using it for public good. Since Nigeria has been in recession, have you heard political office holders reducing their salaries and allowances? Go to the National Assembly, and see the exotic cars they are buying. Their salaries are been paid as at when due. 
"Under the nose of President Muhammadu Buhari, those in the executive are also stealing. How many thieves will Buhari catch? Except the system is working, nothing good can come from Nigeria”.
To some female students, the strike action is a blessing to them as some pregnant female students delivered babies.
One of them said, “I thank God because I don’t know how I would have coped. I gave birth within two weeks the strike action commenced. That means that I would have given birth to my child while my first semester examination is on-going. This means that I might have not been able to write all my papers. So you can see now that it is a blessing for me. If the strike action is called off now, at least I can sit for my exam and graduate when my mates are graduating”.
Source: PM News
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Senator Dino Melaye Ventures into 'Modeling' Amid Recall by Constituents (Photos)

All Progressives Congress chieftain, Senator Dino Melaye has refused to allow the threat to his position as Kogi East lawmaker weigh him down as he poses for pictures like a model in exotic wears.
Senator Dino Melaye
Pictures of Senator Dino Melaye enjoying his holiday in London, United Kingdom have continued to liter his Instagram page as pressure of his recall by his constituents aggravate.
A Federal High Court in Abuja recently cleared the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC in its bid to carry out the recall process of Melaye which was earlier stalled by a court order.
Dino Melaye looked good in the pictures as he struck different interesting poses like a professional model despite the whirlpool he has been enmeshed in.
Mr. Melaye also has a penchant for exotic cars as well as the act of showboating on social media.
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Senator Melaye 'Refuses' to Collect Recall Petition Letter from INEC

Senator Melaye has been accused of playing a 'hide and sick' game with the electoral body as he evades being served the recall petition letter.
Senator Dino Melaye
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has concluded plans to file an application for substituted service after the senator representing Kogi West senatorial district, Dino Melaye, refused to collect the petition filed against him by people in his senatorial district who wanted him recalled.
Sources at the Federal High Court said the baliff who went with INEC staff to serve Melaye through his lawyer, Mike Ozekhome & Co, were told that the chamber was no longer representing the senator.
“They told us to go and serve the letter and the documents on the senator personally,” the source said.
Following the refusal of the chambers to accept the documents, the commission proceeded to the National Assembly to effect service on Melaye but found his office locked.
The team also went to his house with a bailiff to serve him but the gate man said he had instructions not to receive anything from anyone.
Frustrated, the commission instructed the legal team to file an application for substituted service today (Friday) at the Federal High Court.
After dismissing Melaye’s application to stop INEC from proceeding with the petition for his recall, Justice Nnamdi Dimgba ordered INEC to serve him again with the petition and the schedule of signatures and the list of petitioners.
He held that the suit was hasty and premature since Melaye failed to exhaust all internal mechanism provided by the 1999 Constitution before rushing to court.
The commission, in compliance with the court order took the documents packed in three bags, popularly called ‘Ghana must go’ bags to Melaye’s lawyer chambers, his office and his home but was still unable to serve him.
When asked to confirm if the senator was evading service, a staff of the commission, not authorised to speak on the issue said: “Yes. We are surprised that the chambers of Ozhekome which claimed to have filed an appeal against the judgment of the high court would claim it has ceased to represent the senator. We have no choice other than to apply to court for substituted service. We are doing that tomorrow.”
Melaye filed an appeal at the Court of Appeal, Abuja, to stop INEC from going further with the process of his recall from the National Assembly.
The Federal High Court had on September 11, 2017, in a judgment delivered by Justice Dimgba gave INEC the permission to go ahead with the recall.
Justice Dimgba gave the go-ahead after dismissing Melaye’s suit that sought to to stop his recall by INEC following a petition it said it received from the people of Kogi West senatorial district, whom Melaye represents at the upper chamber of the National Assembly.
However, in a notice of appeal dated September 13, 2017 and filed same day by his counsel, Ozekhome, the appellant asked the appellate court for an order of perpetual injunction restraining the first defendant/respondent or any of its agents from commencing or further continuing with the process or acting on the purported petition presented to it by the purported constituents of the plaintiff.
Melaye, who has expressed dissatisfaction with the judgment of Justice Dimgba, is asking the Court of Appeal to set aside the decision of the lower court on grounds that the court erred in law in taking the decision to allow INEC proceed with the recall process.
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Kogi State University; Graduating Students Contribute Money to Pay Lecturers

The dismissed Kogi State University (KSU) teachers have withheld graduating students’ results and vowed not to release them, except the school withdraws their “sack letters” and pays their arrears. To pacify the aggrieved teachers, some of the students are secretly contributing N3,000 each to facilitate the release of their results. MOHAMMED YABAGI reports.
The fate of the graduating students of the Kogi State University (KSU) in Anyigba is hanging in the balance – no thanks to a battle between the management and the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). The school has just resumed another session, but the graduating students’ results from all faculties have not been computed.
This development is in response to the proscription of ASUU by the government, and last month’s mass dismissal of members of the academic staff by the school authorities.
At the time of filing this report, graduating students are not sure of their fate, weeks after the school rounded off the 2016/2017 calendar. The sacked lecturers have vowed not to release their results until their demands were met by the school. The lecturers want their salary arrears paid and they also want the school to reverse their dismissal.
The lecturers were sacked over their refusal to resume work after a six-month internal strike. No fewer than 150 members of the academic staff were affected in the mass dismissal, which followed the government’s proscription of ASUU in the school.
Some of the graduating students, who spoke to CAMPUSLIFE, are worried about their fate, because they have not had access to the results of their final examinations. The students complained that some of them may end up having two extra sessions in the school if they failed compulsory courses in the withheld results.
CAMPSULIFE gathered that some of them who had carryover courses in the first semester of the 2016/2017 session could not register in the current session because they did not know if they passed all the compulsory courses in the second semester.
Gideon Amedu, a graduating student of the Department of Philosophy, said his department had not released 300-Level and final year results, expressing fear that many of his colleagues may likely come back after the session to register for 300-Level courses. He said there was no hope any student from his department would be mobilised for the National Youth Service this year, because the department had not released any result in the last two years.
He said: “It is sad that my department has not released any results since 2015. Like me, many students in my set are experiencing the same fate. We have not seen our results for both 300- and 400-Levels. Some of us in my department and others from other departments are eager to know our fate as to whether we can still go for National Youth Service this year or not.
“If the results had been released, most of us would know whether there is a need to remedy any compulsory course. But for now, we don’t know if we are in good standing or not. As I speak to you, none of the graduating students really knows what to do. This is why we are pleading with our lecturers to consider our plight and release the results to the school.”

Another graduating student, Moses Eleojo, decried the situation, noting that KSU “is one institution that seems to thrive on crisis and unconventional method of doing things”.
He wondered why students could not access their results a year after they sat for examination, saying the credibility of the results could be affected by the prolonged withholding. He blamed the situation on what he called “the lackadaisical attitude” of the management.
He said: “In other institutions, lecturers are expected to submit students’ results no later than three weeks after the conclusion of examination. But in KSU, lecturers can sit on results for as long as they want and this situation is putting students under unnecessary pressure, and giving lecturers opportunities to manipulate results.”
Findings by CAMPUSLIFE revealed that some lecturers, who resigned from the institution in the wake of the recent ASUU-government faceoff, also went away with students’ results and marking sheets to be used to grade final year students’ research projects.
Some graduating students, who are not ready to take chances, have chosen to take their destinies in their hands, CAMPUSLIFE reliably gathered. It was learnt that some frustrated students had started to contribute money to pay the sacked lecturers’ salaries to facilitate the release of the withheld results.
A source told CAMPUSLIFE that graduating students from a department in the Faculty of Social Sciences have started to contribute N3,000 each to pay off the salaries being owed a lecturer, who now teaches in another university.
Reacting, one of the disengaged lecturers at the Department of Mass Communication, who did not want his name in print, vowed not to release students’ results in his possession if his arrears were not paid by the school. Before the matter blew open, he said the management made several entreaties to the affected lecturers, noting that many of them rejected the school’s plea because of the way they were treated by the school and the government.
The Mass Communication lecturer said the decision to hold on to the results was taken because the affected academic staff did not get assurance on whether salaries owed would be paid.
He said: “The only thing that can make me release results in my possession is for the school to pay my arrears and withdraw the illegal sack letter issued. This is the only condition to settle the matter. There were promises made by the management in the past, they ended in disappointments. I will release the students’ results only if I am paid and recalled.”
Another affected lecturer, Mr. Ben Ibe Onoja, said the graduating students’ results were not unjustly being withheld. “The fact is that, we are still on strike,” Onoja said.
He said it would be unprofessional for any lecturer to refuse to submit students’ results at the end of the session. He added that the school management should know how to recover any result being unjustly withheld by any lecturer.
He said: “Do you expect people who are on strike to carry out any official engagement? Marking of scripts and submission of results to management is an official function, which anyone on industrial action should not engage in.”
A source in the Public Relations Department, who pleaded not to be named, said the management was working round the clock to ensure the matter was resolved on time, so that the students could be mobilised for National Youth Service.
Credits: Yabagi Mohammed | CampusLife
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Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Kogi Lawmaker Sues Gov. Bello, Others, Wants Speaker Jailed

Former Minority leader of Kogi state House of Assembly and member representing Igalamela/Odolu State constituency Hon. Friday Sani Makama has approached the Kogi State High Court for committal to prison of the House Speaker, Hon. Matthew Kolawole.
Joined in the suit were Kogi state governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello, the state Commissioner of Justice, the Accountant General and one Hon. Godwin Osuyi as judgement debtors and respondents.
Copies of form (48) and (49) documents issued by the court which were made available to Daily Post showed that the judgement debtors/respondents have been put on notice by the court.
Meanwhile, the attendance register of plenaries presided by the former Speaker, Hon, Umar Imam indicated ‘absent’ for Hon. Friday Sani Makama on 3rd, 15th and 16th August, until the register recorded suspension against Makama when the new Speaker took over on the 23rd August, 2017.
Kogi State High Court sitting in Lokoja had delivered a judgment on the 29th of June, 2017 in which it quashed suspension of the embattled lawmaker.
Credit: Daily Post
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